Difference between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account

This article of Geeabo teaches you about the Difference between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account.

Difference between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account

Friends, I think everybody knows about Google Adsense.

There are some differences between hosted and non-hosted Adsense account.

Hosted Adsense account is limited.

Means with hosted Adsense account, you can’t show ads on your own hosted sites.

And with Non-hosted Adsense account, you can show ads on other sites and even on own hosted sites too.

So, before knowing about hosted and non-hosted Adsense account in detail lets know something about Google Adsense.

Google Adsense.

Google AdSense is a program run by Google that allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to serve ads.

These advertisements are administered, sorted, and maintained by Google.

The revenue generated by Google Adsense is through per-click or per-impression basis.

Many websites use AdSense to make revenue from their web content.

And Google Adsense is the most popular advertising network.

Difference between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account

These are the differences between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account.

So, lets elaborate this two terms.

  1. Hosted Adsense Account.
  2. Non-hosted Adsense Account.

Hosted Adsense Account.

With hosted Adsense account you can’t place ads on your own created site.

In other words, you can’t place ads on any non-google sites.

AdSense hosted account is the one that is approved by partner sites of Google such as Blogspot, YouTube or HubPages.

So if you have an approved account from these sites, it will be known as Adsense Hosted Account.

You can also say that hosted Google Adsense account is not fully approved account.

Because if it was an entirely approved account, then you should not have any compulsion to show ads on other sites.

Non-hosted Adsense Account.

With a non-hosted Google Adsense account, you can place ads on any sites and even own created sites too.

Means with a non-hosted account you can place Adsense ads on non-google sites too.

In other words, If you have a fully approved Adsense account then you can place their ads on anywhere.

And one more thing that the Non-hosted Google Adsense account is a fully approved account.

There are not any compulsion in showing ads on different places.

Hope you understand the differences between these two terms.

If you have a Hosted Google Adsense account and you want a non-hosted account or if you want to upgrade the existing hosted Adsense account to non-hosted account then you can also do this.


Now I think you understand the differences between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account.

So, if you have a blog on WordPress or on any other third party platform and you want to place ads on it then you have to upgrade the Adsense to non-hosted account.

Here, you can also get the approval of a new account but according to Google policy, a person can get only a single account.

And if you still want a new account then, you have to get approval on your guardian’s name.

Google allows only a single account to each person.

I think above I mentioned all the important differences between these two accounts.

If you do not have a blog then don’t try to get approval.

At last, the Adsense Hosted account is best for all the partner sites of Google.

So, this was the Difference between Hosted and Non-Hosted Adsense Account.

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